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It is a well-known fact that prices of assistive devices vary in accordance with the exchange rate. Most of the products which are crucial for visually impaired persons to live independent lives, are imported from overseas, which increases the prices, making it very difficult for our constituency to afford some products. High unemployment rates, particularly in rural areas, exacerbate the situation.

The SANCB realised that something needed to be done to make assistive devices more accessible to the blind and partially sighted persons that we serve. The National Management Committee held a meeting and a number of essential products, such as coin selectors, white canes and liquid level indicators were identified and our Resource Centre prices on a number of products will be drastically reduced effective 1 April 2017. Please click here for the list of items.

*Please note that these reduced prices are only applicable to individual clients, and may still be subject to change according to fluctuations in the Rand’s exchange rate with other currencies.

Call the Resource Centre on 012 452 3811 or e-mail resource@sancb.org.za for enquiries and quotations.
 


 

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How does a blind person tell the time or make notes? They use gadgets from our Enterprise Shop.

We produce and print Braille and stock a wide range of assistive devices and technology to assist visually impaired persons. This includes products like:

  • Mobility canes (white canes)
  • Braille and talking watches
  • Liquid Level Indicators
  • Computer screen readers
  • Braille displays
  • Screen magnification software
  • Toys for visually impaired children and much more!

For your convenience we have developed a brand new catalogue with the most popular products that we currently have in stock in our Resource Centre. Please click here for the PDF version or click here for the Word version. Please note that we do not always stock all items in the catalogue.

Please make an appointment to view the technology. Our knowledgeable staff will assess you and your challenges to suggest the best possible solutions for you. 

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